Britain's Most Established Screen Monthly
Mainstream Monthly Magazine from London ,United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1954-1990
- Articles and reviews.
- Editor: Allen Eyeles. Published by Hansom Books
- In its original form ceased publication with the June 1980 issue.
- It was revived over a year later, in October 1981, by Brevet Publishing Ltd (incorporating FOCUS ON FILM.)
-From 1985 it was published by Orpheus Publications (incorporating FILMS ON SCREEN AND VIDEO.)
- Since April 1990 incorporated in Film Review.
- Published by Brevet Publishing Limited

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CONTENTS: 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 All GALLERIES: 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 All

Issue 135
December 1965

Issue 134
November 1965

Issue 133
October 1965
Contents include: Beyond The Laugh Barrier (part three of the "World Of Comedy" articles by Raymond Durgnat); Dean + 10: A Decade Of Counterfeit Idols (article on James Dean's legacy); An attack on the James Bond films (by Ian Johnson); Reviews of DARLING; LE JOURNAL D'UNE FEMME DE CHAMBRE; HELP!; HOW TO MURDER YOUR WIFE; MORITURI; CAT BALLOU; THE SANDPIPER; WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT/; THE OUTRAGE and other films; and much more besides.

Issue 132
September 1965

Issue 131
August 1965

Issue 130
July 1965
I Hate Acting (Robert Morley interviewed, with asides from Tony Randall and Frank Tashlin); Raymond Durgnat's World Of Comedy, Part One (by Raymond Durgnat); In Search Of The Right Knack (article by Richard Lester); Reviews: THE KNACK; MATA HARI, AGENT SECRETE H.21; SYLVIA; MAJOR DUNDEE; INVITATION TO A GUNFIGHTER; BEBERT ET L'OMNIBUS (aka THE HOLY TERROR); THE SATAN BUG; TWO LEFT FEET; BABY, THE RAIN MUST FALL; LA MANO EN LA TRAMPA (aka HAND IN THE TRAP); THE PLEASURE GIRLS; DIE LADY (aka FRUSTRATION); A KING'S STORY; OPERATION CROSSBOW; THE MAIN CHANCE; THE LOVE GODDESSES; THE ISLAND OF THE BLUE DOLPHINS; THIS RUGGED LAND; LE CRIME DE MONSIEUR LANGE (aka THE CRIME OF M. LANGE); BLOOD ON THE ARROW; TOKYO MONOGATARI (aka TOKYO STORY); FLEDGLINGS; PRIMITIVE LONDON; THREE HATS FOR LISA; THE TRUTH ABOUT SPRING; SANDOKAN THE GREAT; JOEY BOY; Regular Columns: Clubs (by David Holland); Animation (by David Rider); Films On TV (by Allen Eyles); 8mm. and 16mm. Filming (by Anthony Wigens); Pinning Down The Quicksilver: Interview with Anthony Perkins (by Robin Bean); Production Report: Britain (by Robin Bean); World Production Guide.

Issue 129
June 1965
Why You Go To The Pictures - Or Stay Away (article by Robert Silvey and Judy Kenyon); Keeping Out Of Harm's Way (article by Otto Preminger); The Insider: Sidney Lumet (interviewed by Robin Bean); Reviews: L'HOMME DE RIO (aka THAT MAN FROM RIO); FAIL-SAFE; THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD; IL DESERTO ROSSO (aka THE RED DESERT); DEAR HEART: FOR ATT INTE TALA OM ALLA DESSA KVINNOR (aka NOW, ABOUT THESE WOMEN...); UNE FEMME MARIEE; MY BLOOD RUNS COLD; SHE; THE PARTY'S OVER; DEAR BRIGITTE; THE GOLDEN HEAD; LA VIACCIA; SUNA NO ONNA (aka WOMAN OF THE DUNES); HUSH, HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE; BE MY GUEST; THE INTELLIGENCE MEN; Reissue: LE SALAIRE DE LA PEUR (aka THE WAGES OF FEAR). Here Come The Czechs! (introduction by Peter G. Baker to section on Czech films):Grass Roots (article by Jaroslav Broz); A Festival Selection: THE SHOP IN THE HIGH STREET (review article by "I.K."); Mixing It (article by Jiri Weiss).The Editor's Skill (article by Elmo Williams); Column: Clubs (by David Holland);Production Reports: Britain (by Robin Bean); France (by Peter Graham).

Issue 128
May 1965

Issue 127
April 1965
My Two Faces (article by Richard Harris); George Stevens, Part One (career article by Douglas McVay); The Truth About Leni (article by Arnold Berson); Reviews: YOUNG CASSIDY; LORD JIM; KISS ME STUPID; BALLAD IN BLUE; STRANGE BEDFELLOWS; CRACK IN THE WORLD; HE RIDES TALL; THE RELUCTANT SAINT; WINNETOU THE WARRIOR; KVARTERET KORPEN (aka RAVENS END); GOOD NEIGHBOUR SAM; IMAGES OF LOVE; THE SLAVE MERCHANTS; How To Handle Directors (article by Mike Sarne); Who Really Makes The Movies? (article by Raymond Durgnat); Clubs (by Michael Holland); 8mm. and 16mm. Filming (by Anthony Wigens); World Production Guide; Production Reports: Britain (by Robin Bean); France (by Peter Graham).

Issue 126
March 1965

Issue 125
February 1965

Issue 124
January 1965

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